One Mom’s Journey from Fat to Skinny to Confident


Note to Self. . .

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Good job keeping it together so far. Only 3 days left. Just do your best. It’s all you can do!

Oh and those Swedish fish were not a mistake, or bad, or whatever other ridiculous label you are want to give them. They were just Swedish fish, that’s all.

Food Units
bowl of grapnuts with wild frozen blueberries, banana and light choc soy milk – love eating cereal and fruit with my little guy. :)
out to panera for lunch with hubby.
this banana on the way to the printer. :)
2 chocolates from the candy store
dinner was lean burger on whole wheat 1 pt bun, sweet potato fries, small salad and some broccoli ad cauliflower
handful of sweedish fish. :)
Total: N/A

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There are 13 comments so far.

    Krista S.

    March 17, 2010

    Swedish fish were my favorite candy as a little girl. I used to get them for a penny each and I would save every penny I’d find on the ground and then buy the candy at the little store at the end of my street. I still can’t resist them. Yum.

    Krista, I used to do the same thing. I mean the candy store was the hobby shop, and it wasn’t at the end of the street, but you get the idea.


    March 17, 2010

    I love swedish fish! And in the world of candy nutrition, you can really do a lot worse than a swedish fish!

    Mari Larkin

    March 17, 2010

    Does swedish fish fall into the same category as apple pie? Ha. See we all have our moments! You are doing great.


    March 17, 2010

    You are absolutely right, they were just Swedish fish! Oh all right, you know they are not healthy food, but did you enjoy them? Yes! So you shouldn’t beat yourself up about it. It was just a handful you enjoyed compared to a whole day of fresh healthy food. If it were the other way round, then you should worry. ;)


    March 17, 2010

    I was just reading something Karen Koenig wrote and she said when referring to food to use the words nutritious vs non-nutritious (rather than good or bad)–she said it takes the judgement/morality out of it. I like that idea. I do have my days where most of what I eat is non-nutritious, but I can usually figure out why I am wanting/eating those foods (stress, social eating, etc.–all “normal” reasons to eat non-nutritiously!).

    Carolyn @

    March 17, 2010

    Swedish Fish are probably one of the better candies you could eat. They’re low fat right!!? Plus they’re delicious.

    Mmmm swedish fish….


    March 17, 2010

    Mmm. I love Swedish Fish. I like to put them in my popcorn and they get a little warm and salty!


    March 17, 2010

    oh no you DIDN’T just give me that idea. now I can’t WAIT to see a movie. ;)


    March 17, 2010

    Ok, when I first read that food journal, I thought to myself, “wow, how long is her walk from the computer to the printer that she had time to eat a banana on the way”. And THEN, duh!, I got it :-) Oh and I concur with everyone else, swedish fish=yummy.

    Excellent NOTE!! You are just fabulous!! ENJOY Fitbloggin as much as you can, I look forward to 2011 so I can attend!!


    March 18, 2010

    Most important of all remember to have fun, you deserve it. You have done all the planning that you can, now is the time to enjoy what you have created.